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Kentucky Politics Distilled: Bevin Blames School Shootings On Phones And Video Games

J. Tyler Franklin

This week in state politics, federal education officials came to Kentucky to talk about ways to make schools safer, and Gov. Matt Bevin said it all comes down to kids’ cell phone use. One of the Republican lawmakers who helped make changes to the state pension system says they’ll pass the bill again if it’s struck down by the courts. And the state’s new education commissioner talked about the potential costs of taking over Louisville’s school system.

Listen to this week’s edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled in the player above.

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